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Brodhead Cultural Center's season final concert The Joe Grkman Polka Band will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the final free summer concert of the Penn State Beaver Brodhead Cultural Center's 35th summer season of free performances...Giusti
Afexa Life Sciences Inc. "We're trying to identify the best candidates to work with," Mr. White said. "Frankly, we've been solicited by people already and we've initiated contact with a number of others who have expressed an interest. We think there
A former "SpongeBob Squarepants" artist hired his attorney and members of his martial arts circle to rob The Gallery HB at the Hyatt Regency and threaten the gallery owner, according to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court last week. The
But, the idea of residents opposing a reassessment is "ludicrous," according to a lawyer on the opposite side of the issue. "This is a classic example of how nobody will care until it's too late," said state Rep. Jesse White, D-Cecil, to a group of
Spongebob Squarepants Art Theft Caper Rocks Huntington Beach Artist Todd White is famous for designing characters who live in a pineapple under the sea. But did he also design an elaborate kidnap and art theft caper in Huntington Beach? Gallerist
The Transcontinentals and Making of Modern America," by Richard White...Sunday, August 07, 2011 We learned back in high school that railroads were the engines of economic growth in the United States. Although they were often run by "robber barons,"
43 pm Associated Press Acacia logs awaiting transport in Indonesia, where much lowland forest has been lost to logging. Less than one-fifth of the world's forests are intact, and every year about 30 million acres are destroyed. With pressure on
The city said the payment is part of an agreement will resolve all of White's claims against Lee's Summit and its former police chief, Ken Conlee. After five years in prison, White won a $16 million judgment when a federal jury decided that a Lee's
Only Washington County, though, has apparently won a moratorium, thanks to 11th-hour changes in legislation approved in the General Assembly late Thursday. A bill that originally intended to put a 17-month halt to all county revaluations of property
The legislation could free the Washington County Commissioners from a court mandate to hire a reassessment vendor next week. State Rep. Jesse White, D-Cecil, said that would have entailed a non-refundable $750,000 downpayment on an $8 million bill. "